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Chasing The American Dream

Author: William M. Rohe
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801473616
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Claims for the benefits of homeownership have been largely accepted without close scrutiny. But is homeownership always beneficial for low-income Americans? This book provides a critical assessment of affordable homeownership policies and goals.

Chasing The American Dream

Author: Mark Robert Rank, PhD
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195377915
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In this book the authors show that the risk of economic vulnerability has been increasing substantially over the past four decades, and argue that while not unattainable, the American Dream - as we currently define it - is becoming harder to reach and harder still to keep.

Chasing The Amer Dream

Author: Floyd Stewart Jr
Publisher: Page Publishing, Incorporated
ISBN: 9781635681369
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This book is written like a movie scene, past to present. The storyteller is Corey James, an old man over ninety years old. His nickname was Spend a Dollar. Corey James (Spend a Dollar) went from losing the love of his life, his wife, to living on the street in cardboard boxes under city bridges, to living in a mansion where he told of his past adventures and other people's past adventures. Corey James speaks of two people, Spider Web and Spider Legs. Two people who pulled a lot of pranks in their childhood days. After each prank, they would say, -Another one falls on top, on top of the web.- Then they would give each other a high five. What is a spider without a web? Corey James speaks of a man named Zell Vickio, a man who was always seeking wise council. A man who left the mob and lived to tell the story to others. Then Corey James speaks of a book writer named Floyd Stewart, who wrote the book Revenge for Charles Johnson's Lynching. Out of that book came a controversial subject: the Percentage Man. Was the Percentage Man one-third white, one-third black, one-third Indian? Was the Percentage Man 100 percent white, 100 percent black, 100 percent Chinese, 100 percent Japanese? Which one are you? In the book Revenge for Charles Johnson's Lynching, the KKK ringleader had some nigga in him. His roots weren't 100 percent white. So why was he lynching niggas? The book writer, Floyd Stewart, wrote other poems and short stories that were controversial. Leave it to Beaver scenes, you may recall, the giving of the high five. Then there was a controversial short story (2035). Do witches and hell vampires go to heaven? Or are they hell bound?

The Boys From Little Mexico

Author: Steve Wilson
Publisher: Beacon Press (MA)
ISBN: 9780807001523
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Chronicles the 2005 Woodburn High soccer season, where an all-Hispanic team, led by their Irish-descended white coach, sought to finally defeat the wealthy suburban schools in their district.

Chasing After The American Dream

Author: Thomas D. Kerr
Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781560722861
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This thought provoking book is divided into two parts. The first looks at the ideas that lie at the heart of the American Dream. Those who believe in them and those who do not usually argue fruitlessly across an enormous and unbridgeable gulf. Part Two examines the effects that the ideals of freedom and equality have had in particular areas of American life and their implications for future change. They have particular pertinence to those who wish to see their society become fairer, healthier, happier, more inclusive and more prosperous. Once the outlines of the fundamental morality of the American Dream are clear, the moral choice is not to abolish it but to include everyone in it, not to slow but to accelerate its precipitous spread among the peoples of the world through a wider and deeper understanding of its great promise.